KeyboardKowboy wrote:Fantastic. Thanks for the replies. I was hoping that's what was going on.
As for my other question... how would I be able to determine (from the package) that I was buying a common ANODE led and not a common CATHODE led. Anything specific I should look for in the future? Granted I know it doesn't matter much, but I think the code is easier to read and maintain when setting a pin HIGH to turn something on, as opposed to setting the pin LOW to turn certain colors on like in my situation. Thanks again for the help.
(Oh, and I was able to use PWM (analogWrite) to fade in and mix colors... sweet...)
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